Multi-Way Distance Join Queries in Spatial Databases

@article{Corral2004MultiWayDJ,
  title={Multi-Way Distance Join Queries in Spatial Databases},
  author={Antonio Corral and Yannis Manolopoulos and Yannis Theodoridis and Michael Vassilakopoulos},
  journal={GeoInformatica},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={373-402}
}
Let a tuple of n objects obeying a query graph (QG) be called the n-tuple. The “Ddistancevalue” of this n-tuple is the value of a linear function of distances of the n objects that make up this ntuple, according to the edges of the QG. This paper addresses the problem of finding the K n-tuples between n spatial datasets that have the smallest Ddistance-values, the so-called K-Multi-Way Distance Join Query (K-MWDJQ), where each set is indexed by an R-tree-based structure. This query can be… CONTINUE READING

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